is a partner of CMS and co-head of the infrastructure and construction practice in Singapore. Her key specialisations are infrastructure, construction and energy projects, where she offers both contentious and non-contentious advice. Lynette’s contentious work involves litigation, arbitration, adjudication and mediation. In over 20 years of practice in disputes resolution, Lynette has successfully represented clients in many high-profile matters and before the Singapore High Court and the Court of Appeal, as well as in arbitrations administered by the SIAC and ICC. She provides advice throughout the project cycle, as well as on risk management in the areas of workplace safety, project insurance coverage, and claims in builders' and contractors' risk policies.
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